Australian South Sea Islander scholarships

I am pleased to advise that applications for a scholarship through the 2013 Australian South Sea Islander Community Foundation, Scholarship program are now open.

Scholarships are available at the following universities:

· James Cook University (JCU)
· Central Queensland University (CQU)
· University of the Sunshine Coast (USC)
· Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Please find attached a copy of the guidelines and application form for 2013. The closing date for applications is Friday 8 February.

Further information can be found on the Multicultural Affairs Queensland website here:

If you have any questions related to this matter please including if you are having difficulties accessing the attached document contact Adam Ismail, Policy Officer, Strategic Projects and Community Relations on 3224 7992.

Garry Page | Executive Director
Multicultural Affairs Queensland | Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and Multicultural Affairs
T: 07 3224 5330 | F: 07 3224 5691

ASSI scholarship guidelines and application form


Dear all,

I encourage people enrolling to study at CQUniversity to apply for the BMA Scholarship Program.

This program is for non-mining areas of study. This includes, nursing, teaching, media studies and many other programs.

Go to:

Please note these scholarships close in January 2013.


JCU: Arrow Indigenous Tertiary Education Scholarships

Arrow Energy is partnering with James Cook University and other Queensland universities to deliver tertiary scholarships and other exciting initiatives. See attached flyer. These initiatives will:

· Support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to obtain tertiary qualifications
· Connect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to real career opportunities
· Encourage young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to enter university

Arrow Indigenous Scholarships flyer

Queensland Overseas Foundation – enter now!

Re: Scholarship opportunity

I write to inform you that applications for the Queensland Overseas Foundation ( 2012 scholarships close on 31 October 2012.

Please find enclosed information on the scholarships, valued up to $7000, that provide successful applicants the opportunity to live and work overseas in a country of their choice for up to two years.

Eligible applicants will typically be Queensland residents and have completed an apprenticeship or traineeship Certificate III or above or a vocational Certificate IV or above during the past few years and gained work experience in the industry. Many past Queensland Training Award finalists have been eligible to apply and successful in securing a scholarship.

Alison Werner | A/ Director
Partnerships and Marketing
Department of Education, Training and Employment
Floor 5 | Education House | 30 Mary Street | Brisbane Qld 4000
PO Box 15033 | City East Qld 4002
T 3235 4246 | M 0408 713 132| E

QOF letter

Scholarships for the Crawford School of Public Policy – ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

The Crawford School is offering a number of scholarships for Indigenous students. The scholarships are for post-graduate study in public policy, economics or the environment. They are two-year scholarships, tuition plus stipend. Successful candidates will be selected on merit. The School will make a formal announcement soon.

The Crawford School is the Australian National University�s public policy school, serving and influencing Australia, Asia and the Pacific through advanced policy research, graduate and executive education, and policy impact. The School’s approach to policy draws on the complementarity between, on the one hand, disciplinary excellence in the core areas of economics, governance, environment and development and, on the other, deep country and region specific knowledge of Asia and the Pacific, including Australia.

The School is founded on the belief that powerful academic and social outcomes can be achieved when research and education are combined, when talented domestic and international students are brought together � both in coursework degrees and short-course executive programs � and when scholars and professional staff have direct incentives to maximise productivity in pursuit of a shared institutional mission. This creates a dynamic environment where professional staff, scholars, students, and the wider community can combine to consider and address significant policy questions and challenges that confront Australia, the Asia Pacific region, and the world.

The School offers an array of professional graduate diploma and master programs for individuals pursuing careers with government and other organisations and training programs tailored for particular organisations and client needs, in public policy, economics, political science and environmental management. Their area expertise covers Pacific Island countries and Asia (particularly China, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam and Korea.

If you have any interest or know of any potential candidates for the scholarships, could you please let me know and I will connect you to the Crawford people.

Jeremy Rabie
General Manager Business Development
M +61 414 428 471

CQU – BMA Scholarships

Provider Non-CQUniversity (external agency)
Closing Date 21-May-2010

Description BMA is offering scholarships to Undergraduate Health & Safety students currently enrolled and studying full time in 2010 at UQ, CQU, QUT, Uni of Wollongong, University of NSW or Uni of Newcastle..

Our scholarship students get a total of $8500 a year for a 3 or 4 year full-time degree if they make good progress in their course of study. And if you do well in your subjects, you will get paid vacation employment at one of BMA’s mining operations or coal-loading port. Industry experience is so important in today’s mining industry and the chance to be mentored and supported throughout your University career (and beyond) is a great opportunity!

Go on-line for further details on our scholarship program and complete application forms please visit quoting Reference Number 648051.